Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Garma Garam Aloo Vada ,Mango-Ginger and Chocolate Cheesecake !!!! ~ Mango Mania

 I've made this cheesecake yesterday on our DD b'day  and it came out very well...it was silky, luxurious and indulgent.....also made spicy aloo vada to complete our rich dinner....







You will need for the base:-

  • 7-8 Chocolate Digestive Biscuits
  • 7-8 Ginger Nuts Biscuits
  • 130g Unsalted Butter
For the filling:-

  • 500g Mascarpone Cheese
  • 200g Cream Cheese
  • 1 tin Alphanso Mango pulp
  • 2-3 tbsp Agar agar powder here 
  • 10-12 pieces Ginger Crystal finely chopped
Method:-
  • Grind the biscuits into very small crumbs, melt the butter in a  pan and add the  biscuits crumbs to the melted butter. Mix well until it's comes together,Put this mixture into greased cake tin and press evenly.


  • keep the base in fridge for 20-30 minutes until it sets well.
  • Heat the 1/4cup of water and add the agar agar powder, stir until they get dissolved, keep aside until  get slightly cool.

  • Beat the Mascarpone cheese and cream cheese in a large bowl until they get well mixed, add little by little the  mango pulp to the cheese mixture and mix again, now add ginger pieces in the mixture and leave aside.pour the agar agar mix into the cheese and mango mixture, mix once again well.

  • Pour this cheese mixture over the already prepared biscuits base, keep in the fridge for atleast 6-8  hours.and i gave my it to my DD to decorate herself and here is the final product...


For decoration she used some edible posh pearls and chocolate flavoured piping icing...

For Aloo Vada You will need:-

  • 2-3 white potatoes
  • 3-4tbsp green chillies and ginger finely chopped adjust for your liking)
  • 3-4 tbsp finely chopped fresh coriander and mint
  • Salt totaste
  • 2-3 tsp chaat Masala here
  • 2-3 tsp cornflour or adjust to your measurment
  • oil  for deep fry
Method:-
  • Wash and cook the potatoes in microwave for about 12-15 minutes or untill they get soft and tender.(using this method takes the moisture away from the potatoes, leaving them nice and dry).
  • peel the skin and mash the potatoes.
  • Add all the other ingredients except oil. Mix well make small ping pong size balls and fry them in oil on a medium heat untill they get light brown.
  • Serve them with any chutney.  Our favorite is Date & Tamrind chutney..
Enjoy it while is hot.....


42 comments:

  1. OMG! Give me that plump aloo vada NOW! Looks so good, I am hungry now. Cheese cake looks perfect, love it.

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  2. Delectable cheesecake and hot vadas, yummy!

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  3. A very unique combination Jagruti:) must have tasted yummm:)

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  4. Lovely cake and the vadas sound yumm!

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  5. Sweet with the savory.Lovely cheese cake and equally good wadas.

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  6. Hi
    @Asha...you are welcome...
    @Mythreyi....indeed, loved it...
    @Rachna...it was tasted heavenly..:D..still some of it left...
    @Raje...thank you

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  7. Cheese cake looks so wonderful..Aloo Vada, the name itself sounds so yummy..

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  8. Delicious cake...A new combo, sure I'll love this :-) Perfect vada..It's tea time here..pl pass it on to me :D

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  9. omg, that aloo wada looks so delicious! Its almost like its screaming 'eat me' :) Love the chocolate cheescake too; but my favorite it that aloo-wada picture still!

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  10. Hi, absolutely mouthwatering!

    Hey that pic on profile is of 3 yrs back. Somehow like that pic. So put it there..

    Cheers

    Jyoti

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  11. Thanks Simply food,Nithu bala,Gulmahor and PJ
    @PJ..my DH said the same thing...

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  12. Such a lovely cake and vada looks great too.

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  13. I am getting hungry here after seeing those aloo bondas...your cheesecake sounds so flavorful...adding ginger in cheesecake is really awesome :)

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  14. Aloo vada looks mouthwatering. Perfect to have as a snack in the evenings.
    Cake too looks superb.

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  15. Aloo vadas are looking simply out of this world. And cheese cake looks so perfect and wonderful.

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  16. Love any dish with mango! Looks perfect.
    Aloo vada looks so attractive to gobble up:)

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  17. lovely and spongy cheese cake and an equally yummy aloo vada to go with it.What more do u want? I am coming over leave some for me.

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  18. aloo vada looks perfect and crispy...love the cake too...

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  19. lovely cake .aloo vada looks yummy.will give it a try soon

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  20. Oh.. wow!! Jagruti... the dishes look extremely tempting!! and perfectly made :):)... very nice!

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  21. Wow Jagruti, am speechless and cant take my eyes from that fantastic and gorgeous cheesecake that too with my fav mango and ginger, aloo vada makes me hungry..am totally hooked with ur both dishes rite now here..

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  22. Hi Jagruthi...
    This is total creativity... thanks for dropping by my space.....
    will c u often :)

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  23. Hi, I guess u said the new profile pic of mine reminds u of ur cousin! Anyways, Thanks for droping by my blog!

    Cheers

    Jyoti

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  24. I am wondering which one should I pick first , both looks so mouth-watering to me :)..
    hugs and smiles

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  25. Thanks a lot ladies....
    @Jaya...take aloo vada first,then have cake..after spicy food sweet goes really well..

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  26. The cake looks great and no baking - how great is that! Just one question - did u have any trouble taking the cake out of the pan? Any tips? I am guessing since it is refrigerated, it may be leaving the sides making it easy to pop out... am i right?

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  27. omg, i am drooling seeing the aloo vada..yumm...nice to use ginger in the cheesecake !

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  28. Sounds delicious; ginger does add that extra dimension and cuts through cloying sweetness.
    Good recipes!

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  29. Dear
    @SE i like the combo of ginger and mango..in gujrat when you have mango ras in summer they add dry ginger powder to digest that heavy mango pulp..
    @? you are right..plus i didn't use any extra sugar in there..

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  30. Delicious cheese cake and vadas...yummmmm

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  31. Thanks a lot for visiting my blog..
    Nice to meet you!

    and thanks for this tempting recepei

    Cheers!

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  32. hey this looks so yummmyyyy..love the cheese cake with ginger crystals..Aloo wada looks so tasty..

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  33. Both cheesecake and the vadas look sooo delicious and tempting. Belated Happy Birthday wishes to your daughter :)

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  34. Aloo vada looks yummy...and cheesecake perfect...

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  35. hey Jagruti,
    these aloo vadas and the cake looks so tasty indeed,my stomach has just started to rumble,iam a regular follower of ur blog keep posting and i will attemt to make these mouthwatering lovelies. many congrats for recieving awards.
    Raj

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  36. Aloo vada looks delicious and mouth watering. Perfect for evening snacks. Cake also looks yummy. Lovely picture and wonderful presentation.

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  37. Wooow!Tempting click!Delicious post Jagruti...

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  38. Yum, delicious recipes... they look and sound amazing!

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  39. this looks damn cute & scrumptiuos..cant wait to try this tempting dish..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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